Anse Azerot
Anse Azerot

Anse Azérot beach

Sainte Marie

Anse Azérot beach Martinique : Pictures and description

Belonging to the commune of Sainte-Marie, Anse Azérot is the last beach on the north Atlantic coast, uncrowded and appreciated for its calm and tranquility.

To get there, take the N1 from Sainte-Marie, then turn left when you see the Anse Azérot sign. Follow the path going to the left then continue until you see the Ti Punch coconut snack. Be careful, the path is not very suitable for vehicles, drive slowly. The beach will be a few meters on your left.

The inhabitants of the town like to take advantage of the Anse Azérot beach which is bordered by a large area shaded by numerous coconut trees. Picnic areas are available on site. After your swim, you can use the showers and toilets provided by the municipality. The Ti Ponch coco restaurant will allow you to discover local specialties for a reasonable price.

As you walk along the Anse Azérot you will discover many ruined buildings now covered by rich vegetation which was at the time part of the Habitation of the Anse Azérot. The estate was formerly a place of lime production, used for construction and produced from the pounding of shells (like conch for example). The estate then became a place of sugar production, then rum.

With some luck, you might even see baby turtles heading out to sea!

To discover this little corner of tranquility, we offer rentals more or less nearby. Do not hesitate to consult our villa rentals in Martinique.